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Healthcare is a resilient industry, and private equity (PE) has taken notice. As firms scour the market searching for attractive assets to add to their portfolios, PE investors have refined their targeting strategies. Specialization among PE firms has intensified. Many are courting healthcare category leaders as well as innovators that have the best likelihood of
The number of private equity (PE) investment firms has grown over the past decade, and those investors have become quite active in the healthcare sector. And with good reason. Healthcare offers the right mix of opportunity and resilience that attracts PE interest. While firms are certainly focused on realizing an ultimate return on their healthcare
COVID-19 has forced us to make many changes to the way we interact with family, friends, colleagues, and strangers. The business world has borne the brunt of many of these adjustments as the pandemic keeps offices closed, prevents travel, and puts in-person meetings on hold. As a result, event planning is starting to look very
Life is always interesting. Just a few months ago I was living through the bitter disappointment of the Baltimore Ravens losing a heavily favored playoff game to the Tennessee Titans. Today, I’m sheltering in place wondering when the grocery store will get another shipment of toilet paper and canned soup. COVID-19 has accelerated more rapidly
The Credit Suisse Annual Healthcare Conference 2019 wrapped up last week. A big thank you to Credit Suisse for inviting Canton & Company to attend and share knowledge with leading health plans, providers, vendors, and CMS. As I reflect on the knowledge-packed sessions, six key themes come to mind and culminate in this question for me: Although it is
Even our most forward-thinking colleagues lie awake at night wondering how to juggle the strategies of today with the innovations they’ll need for tomorrow. Take, for instance, the divergence among the various generations of health consumers.